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My adored with his eyes wide and dreaming of babies’ coos and technicolored fences— God-placed vases teeming Celestial lips, a tulip leashed by a hummingbird’s tongue hors d’oeuvres that ignite my soul Cherub-wing ears tasty, melt-in-your-mouth like his favorite beer Honeybear … Continue reading
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Drawers hang open like some dumb tongues Hanging out of mute wooden mouths, Lights are left on – I don’t mean to do this, but I do, Music’s weirder and louder too, Dust can…
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